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There is no sign of your card being visible on the bus. Tue Sep 13 X in future and this should include support for your card. As you can see this is indeed the rev C1 hardware with the Realtek chip device ID: Initialized Security Association Processing.

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Did you find out which chip is on the card? See our newsletter archive for past announcements. I dge530t another thread about it. When somebody is considering pfsense, it is important to consider the hardware.

The revision number is not important other than to allow us to look up compatibility. Card might be “undetected” because a driver recognised it and took ownership of it but it hasn’t been added to the set of interfaces pfSense uses. I expect it is either dead or not correctly seated in the slot. Our Mission As host of the pfSense open source firewall project, Netgate believes in enhancing network connectivity that maintains both security and privacy.

I have a question about the card I was going to get. Subscribe to our Newsletter Product information, software announcements, and special offers. I think pfsense website should find a way to make it stand out on c-link home page. Some breif Googling on this shows at least two revisions of this card: First thing I’d dge-530g is check the card to see which chip it’s actually using.


The only build of 2. Initialized Security Association Processing. Well at least it showed up! Yes, support for the rev C1 card was only added to the re driver in Aug So when you buy brand new NIC, because pfsense is not the most recent distro it is quite possible your new hardware driver will not be available in the pfsense distro.

Therefore it would help if you described what led you to determine it was “undetected” and provided the full output of the pfSense shell command dmesg.

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I’m having the same problem, so here is the output from dmesg There is no sign of your card being visible on the bus. Reply Reply as topic.

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Is the card visible under say an up to date version of Linux? I have this card too no problem please show “dmesg” command this my dmesg about this card skc0: I’m just saying this from experience, as I figure that the hardware was really important after buying it, and starting to setup my pfsense. Thanks for looking through the dmesg output I posted. As a result, your viewing experience will be diminished, and you may not be able to execute some actions. Unfortunately many large companies often change the chipset they use in their network cards without changing the model number.


Then when it didn’t work I start reading more about pfsense, and realize all the above explanation. So it seems that D-link may if the above report is accurate have changed to a completely different chipset whilst keeping the same model number. I’m downloading the latest version of Ubuntu to see if that recognizes my card.

Please download a browser that supports JavaScript, or enable it if it’s disabled i. Hmm, Try Wallabybob’s suggestion above, run: Non of this explains why it doesn’t appear as an unknown device in the boot log though.

Only users with topic management privileges can see it. Card might be “undetected” because it uses a chipset not recognised by any driver.